Analyst firm says Google's foray into cloud gaming will go down as one of the worst platform launches ever.
Given that the app is needed to set up Stadia, this could be an indicator of Stadia's launch performance. Meanwhile, Amazon is strongly rumored to be ramping up its own cloud gaming platform. (Image: Pocket-lint)
Over the last 12 months, cloud gaming has been gaining traction through initiatives like Project xCloud, Blade Shadow, PS Now (though it's older), and now Google Stadia.
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This year's big Xbox celebration, held in London, isn't as bold as last year's plethora of studio acquisitions, but we're finally seeing some fruit on the vine for incoming Xbox first-party games from Obsidian and Rare.
Two Stadia employees took to Reddit on Wednesday to answer community questions about the upcoming Google cloud gaming platform. However, the AMA revealed that Stadia will be missing some key features at launch and raised even more concerns about its future.
At next week's GameDaily Connect Asia, Monte Singman, VP of International Business Development at iDreamsky Technology, will talk about the huge potential of cloud gaming in Asian markets.
PS4 may be reaching the end of its life, but services have become key in the industry. Sony says profit from PS Plus is 'expected to increase significantly.'